The holiness work in West Africa was birthed in the heart of Bro. Curtis Teague during his first trip to the country of Cameroon in 1999. When he arrived and saw firsthand what the Lord was doing in that place, it became obvious to him; he was supposed to be a part of it. Says Bro. Teague, "When I arrived in Africa, I was greeted by hungry souls eager to hear from the word of the Lord. I found many people still living in huts made from mud and thatch, with no electricity or running water, bound by superstition and witchcraft, but they were eager to hear the gospel message." Since 1999, many trips to West Africa have been taken, with many souls coming out of the darkness and into the marvelous light.
In the past decade we have established several churches that are a part of African Holiness Missions. Among these churches that we have planted, or our converts have planted, we have been blessed to build 9 sanctuaries. We have churches among the Pygmy in the rain forest and among the Muslim saturated Northern provinces, with a good representation all across the country of Cameroon. We also have three congregations in Ghana. We have two full time missionaries that we support on a monthly basis to be our field representatives. We have a medical clinic, a pygmy school, and a bible distribution ministry that are going on quite well. We have been blessed to put in fresh water wells in several rural villages, providing clean drinking water for hundreds. African Holiness Missions is governed by a board of directors that have proven to be a great blessing to our work in Africa. This board is made up of the following men; Curtis Teague, Kenneth Lott, Cecil Buchannon, Dr. Ryan Ralston.
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